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Points, Lines, Angles, and Planes: What's the Point? Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Points, Lines, Angles, and Planes? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
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Q. How many lines can be formed from three points?


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It depends on the points.
Q. How many degrees are in a right angle?


90
180
360
720
Depends
Q. Which of the following best describes vertical angles?


Adjacent angles formed by intersecting lines
Opposite angles formed by intersecting lines
Adjacent angles formed by intersecting planes
Opposite angles formed by intersecting planes
Supplementary angles formed by intersecting lines
Q. Which of the following is always another name for ∠ABC?


BAC
CAB
CBA
ACB
BCA
Q. How many endpoints does a ray have?


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Infinitely many
Q. Adjacent angles always share which of the following?


The same vertex and equal measurements
One side and equal measurements
The same vertex and one side
The same vertex, one side, and equal measurements
None of the above
Q. An obtuse and an acute angle are added together. The resulting angle will be…


Less than 90°
90° exactly
Between 90° and 180°
Greater than 90°
Greater than 180°
Q. Which of the following is untrue?


Intersecting lines form vertical angles
If lines intersect, they do so at one point
Two points determine a line, a segment, and a ray
The middle letter of an angle is the angle's vertex
All of the above are untrue.
Q. Lines m and n are perpendicular. Which of the following is false?


The lines form a 90° angle
A line perpendicular to m will be parallel to n
Lines m and n will never intersect
The vertical angles formed by m and n are congruent
The four angles formed by m and n are all congruent
Q. B is between A and C. Which of the following is true?


A, B, and C are collinear
A, B, and C are collinear AB and BC intersect at point B
AB and BC are parallel
ABC is an acute angle
∠ABC is a right angle
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